Create CSV Files

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Creating CSV Files!

This page includes info on Creating CSV scripts for Quadstick.


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Getting Started

If you came from Understand CSV Files than that's 80% done to Creating CSV Files.

So let's jump right into it!

(Top) 1. First, Using Default.csv as an example, make a copy, rename it if you want and it will open a new file on your Google docs.

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(Top) 2. The Red Oval is were Users need to change the title to your liking, just remember to have it under 8-12 Characters and something like this title.csv or 12345678.csv

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(Top) 3. The Red arrow is were Users can add more modes to there CSV File if they so choose too.

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(Top) 4. On the Yellow,Red,Blue column has a arrow next to each box which allows it to be customizable to users choosing.may be selected from box or typed in. (You can not mix yellow column commands with red/blue or vise-versa)

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(Top) 5. To prevent mistakes, don't have gaps in left yellow column. If there are gaps like below it will not work correctly. Once there is a blank on yellow column, it assumes it should stop reading rest of CSV File.

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(Top) 6. Blue column may have gaps since it's an input not an output, so it's OK :)

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(Top) 7. You may notice yellow highlights on boxes highlighted by Google Docs; it's letting the User know that there are multiple lines of the same command. It's ok, since sometimes you might want to use multiple lines of same commands for complex games.

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Keeping CSV files Updated

(Top) 8. Once done sculpting your Custom CSV File, Make sure to go to "Tools" -> "Script editor" then "Resources" -> "Libraries" and change the Version to the latest version.

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(Top) 9. Finally download and enjoy

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